New Monsoon Live at The Hideaway on 2004-01-02
Daddy Long Legs
Get Behind The Mule(3)(4)
Papa Was A Rolling Stone(1)(2)
Collection NewMonsoonBand/Artist New MonsoonVenue The HideawayLocation Winter Park, COSource MBHO 603a/200 > MP2 > AD2k+ > DA-P1Lineage DA-P1 > Audiophile 2496 > Sound Forge 5.0(convert to 44.1 & split) > mkwACT > SHNTaped by David TaylorTransferred by David Taylor
Notes: (1) with Cecil "Peanut" Daniels on midi sax
(2) with Get Up, Stand Up verse
(3) with Arlan Schierbaum of Mama Sutra on keyboards
(4) with Steve Katz on percussion
Lead Vocals: African Rain, Fearless, Papa Was A Rolling Stone(Jeff), Downstream (Phil), Get Behind The Mule (Bo)
Lineup: Brian Carey (congas, timbales, percussion), Bo Carper (acoustic guitar, banjo, dobro), Phil Ferlino (piano, organ, guitar, backing vocals), Jeff Miller (electric guitar, backing vocals), Rajiv Parikh (tabla, ghatham, percussion, voice), Marty Ylitalo (drums, didgeridoo)
Special Guests: Cecil 'P-nut' Daniels and Steve Katz
January 2, 2012
Good high energy show.
I like this show a lot. The chatter mentioned below is not really noticeable while the music is playing, though it is between songs. Lots of jamming which I like. The various guests add some different flavors to the mix.
I give it a four star rating over all.
July 2, 2006
Love the Jammin'
This has to be one of the top 10 New Monsoon shows Iâve heard on archive.org.
The crowd noise is what youâd expect if you are on the floor with 100 other people. Iâm sure many fans were/will be won from this show. The sound coming from this band is awesome! You can hear each instrument clearly once you get past the crowd noise, which on the jamminâ tunes is minimal.
I havenât heard New Monsoon with horns and think it really adds to the already talented lineup. Track 2 is a 17 minute jam followed by African Rain, track 3 is a Latin American sounding 8 minute jam. Track 4 is a killer 15 minute jam, this one more funk-into-reggae(Get Up, Stand Up, with didgeridoo), with a great bass line. It sure sounds like thereâs a trumpet in addition to the sax on this and the last two tracks.
Downstream, Border Ghost and Get Behind the Mule are masterfully played standards. Daddy Long Legs, especially here, is faster than some metal. Rope Ladder is awesome with the additional instruments/musicians.
Papa was a Rolling Stone and Mountain Air (both 14 min) are awesome jams, just right to end the show. Mountain Air especially, as they show they can play fast and sound awesome doinâ it!
Since you can hear the crowd noise itâs interesting to hear their voices as the show goes on.
See New Monsoon live; you wonât be disappointed.
Please come again close to Buffalo, NY. Thursday at Lafayette Square in downtown Buffalo will net you an audience of 10,000+.
Thanks to the taper and poster.
March 24, 2004
tasty playing, noisy crowd
The band sounds hot. Unfortunately, this audience recording is plagued with loud audience chatter. It sounds like frat night at the local watering hole. The louder the band plays, the louder the clowns in the crowd talk.